Discover current research on trauma, including Complex Trauma, and how this affects development for children and adolescents. Learn about trauma and the relationship to Attachment Theory. The workshop aims to develop practical skills and resources for trauma work and how mental health professionals can support clients.
Understand trauma and the possible impacts on development
Develop skills and knowledge to work with young people with a trauma background
Trauma research – theory and models
Complex versus Single Event Trauma
Risks and resiliency
Relational models of working with trauma
Learn to apply Trauma Informed Care principles
Understand the need for reflective practice and professional self-care
1. Working with people experiencing mental health and addiction needs
3. Working with whānau
4. Working within communities
7. Maintaining professional and personal development
Katie is a Child and Family Psychologist with over 8 years experience in working with children, young people, and their families in the areas of mental health, neurodevelopmental disorders, learning needs, and childhood trauma. Katie's particular area of passion and interest focuses around providing trauma informed care for children and young people who have experienced chronic relational and developmental trauma.
Workshop Type: Introductory | Workshop Level: Five | Catering: Refreshments and provided
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